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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 17 December 1926

IswlASSoiV-Sft 3, W SW ipS v.-.•• • : • .'. ■••<■••!. ' . •*. '; - :• >• ,' .:- -' -; ■', ■■:■■■■ •■*. .-■ • € K a tv v,y-:' f \ ' XEbc Saiut 3o Weekly ^cibuuc Bntfd it tha Postofflee at Saint Jo, Texas, as Secon.l Uas* Matter «>'« Pnbltihed Every Friday first building east of Citizens National Bunk L. J. REYNOLDS, Editor nd Proprietor Sul>seript ion IU/;es: Ose year $1.C0. six months 75c. four moths 50c. one month l.Tc. ln advance Advertising rates sent to any address on application. Saint Jo, Montague: County, Texas, Friday Dec. 24, 1926 COMMUNITY suicide. One of the strangest phenomena witnessed in most towns and small cities is the apparent eagerness with which many otherwise good citizens contribute to the tendency of com- munity suicide. These citizens will often show un- common zeal in boosting any move- ment to obtain civic improvements to promote the location of new indus- tries, to secure better educational facilities, and son on. Yet many of these same proud b...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 17 December 1926

fMHHHBi iSST-V* "TP v-vrvr?'" SK! • - • mw®H "i*j '■■! ^§sK3^£83£3ES§3Sftmi«§ Wl IS || Thirty-Seventh || Christmas Greetings f~ m - ' iS ^ FOR ALMOST A FULL LIFETIME WE HAVE BEEN WITH ^ YOU FOR SPECIAL SERVICE ON CHRISTMAS. HH WE CATER TO AND BELIEVE IN THE CHRISTMAS SPIRIT. SANTA CLAUS MEANS GOOD FELLOWSHIP AND LOVE—ALSO SACRIFICE. A GIFT WITHOUT LOVE AND SOME SACRIFICE IS NOT CARRYING OUT THE SPIRIT OF THE ONE WHO ESTABLISHED THE CHRIST- IAN GIFT OF LOVE AND SACRIFICE. SO WE, AFTER SO LONG AND CONTINUED ASSOCIATION WITH YOU, DO HEREBY WISH YOU, ONE AND ALL, A MERRCY CHRISTMAS. YOUR OLD FRIENDS. £ u 7 i it*. CITATION SCOTT BROS. Better Service Since 1890 m, "ftSS m y£LW. '.'"4 > :s EEK->.' LOW ROUND TRIP M-K-T HOLIDAY To destinations in Texas and Louisiana tickets will be on sale December 17 to 25, inclusive. To destinations in Arkansas, Kansas, Missouri and Oklahoma tickets will be on sale December 21st to 25th inclusive. Final return limit to reach original starting point p...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 17 December 1926

I r .. ilr \ >' *#" ' • Lambert-Smith. At 2:45 o'clock last "unday after- neon, December 19. quite a number of friends and relatives from Spanish Fort, acompanied Mr. Lawrengg B. Lambert and Miss Ora Bell Smith to the home of Elder and Mrs. Jno. T. LaUderdal, Saint Jo, where the young couple were united in happy wedlock. The bride and groom were reared near Spanish Fort. After the cere- mony they returned and will begin their happy married life whehe they were reared. They are of fine families and have much influence in their community. Elder Jno. T. Lauderdale, officiat- ing minister. MOVED TO CORPUS CHEISTI. W. T. Hays, former owner of the Tribune, left la3t Saturday with his family to make his home at Corpus Christl. Mr. Hays said just before he left that he was not yet certain as to the lineof business he would enter in his new place of abode, but that it would probably be real es- tate. Mr. Hay3 and his estimable family made many warm friends in Saint Jo who wil regret to mi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 31 December 1926

Established 1898 SAINT JO. MONTAGUE COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY. DECEMBER 31, 1926. ol. 29. No. 7 // I What A Bank Needs Of course it is the duty of a bank to look after the need-* of its patrons, but the bank also has sotte needs Here are a few of them: A bank needs the confidence of its patrons It needs the good will of every resident of the community. It ncds a reputation for stability and honesty These are the objects this Hank strives to attain, while ren- dering competent banking service at all times. The First National Bank, H l>. H I K.l.u. frmudoni. JON HOW KUH Cftshltr. rt. Sl.UlNU. Vioo-Pr-nldBiit. BILL BO AO' I 3 AYS: v\ ®HE OMC/ FEULOW VJHO (ST SEUF-SOFFtClcUr (5 HSRAMY, 0UT yywO VJAURS TO - BE A HERMITS VJE AR£ All. OSPOJDEWrOM EACH OTWEA, WHICH 13 VJHV ViS SHOULD PUU, "TOfftTiHpR. W AMO UAR/AOWV. " WS& ST. BERNARD DOfJ MAKES GOOD MOTHER FOR PIG. NICE, Dec. 26.—The problem of raising runt pigs has been solved by a St. Barnard dog belonging to a Riviera farmer and pig ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 31 December 1926

r VOk Satut 30 Meekly ZTtibuue " Portoffice at Saint Jo, Texas, as Second (Jlaas Maker * « Pttblighed Every Friday flvtt builiting east of Cit zeiw National Bank L. J. BEYKOLD8, Editor wed Proprietor Subscript Ion Rt/:es: Oae year $1.90, Biz months 75c, four mollis 50c. one month 15c. IN ADVANCE Advertising rates sent to any address on application. 8aint Jo, Montague County, Texas, Friday Dec. 31, 1926 RADIO TRAIN CONTROL. Radio control of train movements is described in a recent statement by the Department of Commerce Riv- ing details of a new German inven- tion- designed to prevent collisions. Fundamentally the system in- volves the equipment of all trains run- ning on a single track with receiving and sending apparatus tuned to a des- ignated short wave-length. When a train reduces its speed or stops, a signal is automatically communicated to a train following on the same track behind it, to warn the engineer by a peculiar sound, or to act directly upon the brakes of the followin...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 31 December 1926

OBITtJABV. tgsaagg^ ! m ! 1 9 2 7 B 19 S & ^ WE THANK YOU FOR THE GOOD BUSINESS WE HAVE ||^ ENJOYED THE PAST YEAR. IN THE FUTURE, AS IN Sgl j® TIIE PAST, WE WILL USE OUR OLD STYLE BUSINESS m* S METHODS— 81 THE SAME SERVICE AND PRICES TO ALL %&■ WISHING YOU HEALTH AND A GOOD CROP, WE ARE YOUR OLD FRIENDS, sa m m M M M \ msmmmmmm mm w m. SCOTT BROS. Better Service Since 1890 Practical Four-Room Plan for That "Castle in Spain" Relief Wo?k ift Wske of Earthquake At America's Orphan City in Armenia ter the midnight hour had passed, ^ J Near East Relief Orphans Repairing Damaged Street) Cringing In Casualties -American Ambulance (In memory of_Mr . Tom Edes.) On Satrvdi r the mid . . Mrs. Tom Edes was gently kissed by | the angels and bidden to wing her flight to fairer worlds to begin her new days which shall never end. Although the world seems bare and cold to the Joved ones since her spirit took up its abode with the angels, yet a fairer flower blooms in heaven, whence its fragr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 31 December 1926

J I II i v ,v,^.\* -iralapiL & W ,: ■ !■ ' THE 8AINT JO TRIBUNE NEWS HEMS j |5hars Homo^t Corslcana, ig visiting GOVERNOR OF GEORGIA WARNS _ . ! Hooded Gangs in that State Against Mr. s h r a vu , ~ Clarence Redman, teacl^r at the Floggings—Martial Law. t„« «?" \ Camp and children left Orphans Home at Corsieana. is here —o— luesaay to v«it relatives at Nor- with his parents, Mr, and Mrs. J A. ATLANTA, Ga., Dec. 28.— Warn- r ' Redman, to spend lhk holidays. j incr that ''mobs with heads covered man, J. H. Phiiiips returned last Friday from a trip to Old Mcxico City. Misses Mary and Nannie Mae Davis are visitihg: relatives in Doniior. this week. spend *hfe holidaj'3. o Epworth League. ing that "mobs with heads covered j with flour sacks shall not rule in his i State," Governor Clifford Walker tne S. t,. L. of said Alfred Stewart fare of Joel B. Crump, a mint?, Mrs.' turn thereon, showing how you hare ex- ourvey, and in the Saint Jo and Dye F. E. Crump was, by the County Mound road...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 7 January 1927

Hf M ~"v .H \ v .'-.jri . - ^ v y i xj / v i J |\] & • s*# *■' ./ i 2-W ^5M •*< ■ ■„ . '■''«■ Established 1898 SAINT JO. MONTAGUE COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JANUARY 7, 1927. ol. 29. No. 8 } * What A Bank Needs Of course it is the duty of a bank to look after the needs of its patrons, but the bank also has soase needs. Here are a few of them: A bank needs the confidence of its patrons. It needs the good will of every resident of the community. It ne^ds a reputation for stability and honesty These are the objects this Bank strives to attain, while ren- dering competent banking service at all times. The First National Bank. H- l>. K'llCLD. President. JOE BOWERS Cashier. a. M. KlN«i. VIce-FfMdont. Th' Ole Grouch veesin, VA HEARD ME fcicwr, ueiffweoRi ive sought -m' MOUSE YOU'RE uv/u<3- IU AMD YOU kiu MOVE OUT ■ I'M QOWUA <3IY A FAMILY IU -WE'RE THAT POMT KEEP "UV HULL M£ISM0ORJ40OC> AWAKE WITH MEEPUERi' RACKET MALF TH" wi«Hr Leon Smith as fire marshal, and D. M. Below as ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 7 January 1927

v-. Satttt 3o MeelU\> Uribuue — Entered at^the Poetolflce at Saint Jo, Texas, as Second Class Mat tor >"•'« Published Erery Friday first building east of Cit zeno Nati'-nal u.,uic . L. J. l<EYNOLD8, Editor and Proprietor Subscript Ion Rir.es: 0 e year $1.50, six months 75c. four moths 50c, one month lac. IN AD VANCE Advertising rates sent to any address on application Saint Jo, Mont\gue County, Texas, Friday .J an. 7, 1927 The eternal rectangle usully ends in a wreck-tangle. The hardest job for most of us is to do without something we do not need. The "lambs" follow wherever the modern Marys go, and no wonder they look sheepish. Many good things are in store for Saint Jo in 1927 if her busines men will only go after them in a system- atic, intelligent way. Statistics show that it costs $1-18.57 a year to educate a high school pupil. But those are the school board's figures. Wait for father's. Miss Effie Taylor of the Yale fac- ulty has been appointed to the profes- sorship ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 7 January 1927

r * I I l . MAKES LONG BTEP | I * §■' E, M m m m (*M U. ® M m & WE HAVE HAD a very successful Sale on Mir specials for the past two weeks. NOW WE ARE continuing to hand you some rare bargains in our WHOLE STOCK OF GOODS. SPECIAL STRESS is laid on our CASH BARGAINS. These bargains are so many that we can not name them here. REMEMBER, WE WANT YOUR BUSI- NESS. and in giving you these special bargains we are bidding very high for your patronage. Your Old Friends, SCOTT BROS. Better Service Since 1890 m n m BANG, BOOM! DOWN GO PRICES—Stock Reducing SALE $785 Grey Granite Monument, Now $550 $430 Red Granite Monument, Now $325 $308 Grey Granite Monument, Now $235 $175 Gry Granite Monument, Now $135 $140 Grey Granite Monument, Now $105 $ 65 Marble Monument Now $ .50 A number of others at a big reduction. We just need the money—that's all. De- cided to take our loss like the cotton rais- er, and not grumble. See what you are buying—then no regret Our price sells, our quality tells HENDER...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 7 January 1927

T I , A U / A' \ i t It* jm I BHMI ?■! - '■ ' TTTEJ SATNT JO TRITWNtB •v^ -w.-y r.< ,~JJ3 .«Vri*Tr LOCAL HEWS ITEMS M. M. £des, living four miles north wast, o1 town was a pleasant caller at ike Tribune office Tuesday. He saya' the oil interests are becoming active in his neighborhood. L. M. Belew of Wichita Falls spent the week end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Belew. S. T, Payne was a pleasant caller at he Tribune office this week. He is sending the paper to Mrs. Lizzie Cal- houn at Trion, Ga. Mr. Payne cele- brated his 82d birthday three days before Christmas, but, except for a touch of rheumatism occasionally, he gets around like a young fellow of not more than sixty summers. A. H. Thompson of Sulphur, Okla., is visiting his sister, Mrs. S. A. Gordon, and his niece, Mrs. Tom Bryant. —o— A. H. Thompson and sister, Mrs. S. A. Gordon, spent New Year's day with Mr. and Mrs. Tom Bryant. Mrs Joe Bowers and son William visited relatives in Alvord Saturday. Ed Evans spent Sund...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 14 January 1927

f w h SUB*-' gggprr*.' ■*? . vv JO SAINT JO, MONTAGUE COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JANUARY U, 1 <>27. ol. 29. No. 9 Established 1893 ininii:iiii:ii!i:).iui!i!::!;Diiiiit!ii:!iaii!inii:!iio!muii!uia]iiiH;riii.3i!iu.<!iwniuu:i r'M.iiiiin iiiiiMiuuai BOOSTING BUSINESS You are boosting your business every time you make a deal, if you are courteous, obliging, friendly and careful. These little things count. They are the best kind of business boosters. In fact, they are good advertisements. An advertisement is merely letting the people know of some service you are in position to deliver. The bettor the service, the more room to advertise—to tell about it. That's why we use this space— to tell you about banking in general, and the safe, reliable service of our bank in particular. LOOK FOR NEXT WEEK'S MESSAGE HERE. Hie First National Bank. S. M. KING, Vice President GEO. A. WRIGHT, Ass't Cashier mmmmummmammmm H. D. FIELD, President JOE EOWERS, Cashier AUSTIN, Jan. 11.—Dan Moody, governor...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 14 January 1927

/ / mm mam m wm v gjSJ? ^ mmrr y ....' x** M n* UbeSalUt Jo Meehl^ TIrtbuue at the PoBtofflce at Sulnt Jo, Texas, as Second Class Matter <«•'« Published Erery Fri lay first building enst ofCIt zens National Bauk _ Lt J. FEYKOLDi*, Editor rd Propiietor 1A1MEE MAY VISIT TEXAS ON ADVESTISING TOUR Subscript ton Hi.'.es: O** year six months 75c. four motha 50c, one month 15c. ; _ _ ' in advance Advertising rutes sent to any address on application Saint Io, Montaquw County, Texas, Fkiday Jan\ 14, 1927 TO REPEAL JIM'S AMNESTY. Senator Tom Love of Dallas county has introduced a bill in the State Senate calling for the repeal of the Ferguson amnesty measure. The amnesty act which Senator Love seeks to tepeal reads: "An act grant- ing to every person against whom any judgment of convicton has here- tofore been rendered by the Senate of the State of Texas in any im- peachment proceeding, a full and un- conditional release of any and all acts of which any such person was so con- victed under...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 14 January 1927

' ■ j. «. i -11 ■ A. J*- in ^ T i mm CLEARANCE M ^ 1 Jto 1 Big Reduction Entire Stock E <*2t r| Our prices are put on a Cash Basis, low margin of profit and quick turnover. r Big Values in Rugs, Mattresses, Stoves US 11—ill.— nnumiwra . BYTME LAUGHING YOUNGSTERS IN A MOVIE SHOW BALCONY ARE THROWN IN PANIC. Suffocated and Trampled They Fall and Die in a Struggling Mass of Agony. I and Furniture. m A PLACE WHERE TRADING IS A PLEASURl m ■% Your Old Friends, SCOTT BROS. Better Service Since J890 rsr m hjfr) ««,:it'r ■ mmmm -vm•--88 BANG, BOOM! DOWN GO PRICES—-Stock Reducing >Ai E $785 Grey Granite Monument, Now $550 $430 Red Granite Monument, Now $325 $308 Grey Granite Monument, Now $235 $175 Gry Granite Monument, Now $135 $140 Grey Granite Monument, Now $105 $..65 Marble Monument Now $ .50 A number of others at a big reduction. We just need the money—that's all. De- cided to take our loss like the cotton rais- er, and not grumble. See what you are buying—then no regret Our price ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 14 January 1927

TTTR «AWT V> TB?nfTVT8 W / / 'V ' * r Fh/ Faith fa-imag*^ * to Frighten Smallpox jifltorl&g ftionf * country road Is 2&a. tfe« att«a;icn of tourists was SUlsi to ft catloua-ljolclnj object by it® rocdJida. It Traa a roijhly carved ttrtl* 'ana<«, snotatcd on s small stool, With tbrev legs. Tbe image betrayed no signs of •pert workmabishlp and was .julte dearly the handwork Of some rouph ▼fling# carpenter. They eye* and ■vonth were roughly carved, and ver- Million paint brought th<«t* into prom- inence. The Hi 110 creature hod nK-o two wooden arm*. Stopping the onr, the tonrUts waited ■a til some Tlllngrr camp nlons the n>ad, and questional hint as to the reason why this . Image had been left hy the roadside. He pointed out that H li«rt heeu placed a few ynrcU over • Jlie boundary line or the vl'lnge, and *hat It bad hetii there ulnce the early hours of I ha morning. It vrjts an Imape < f the mldess of tbe Tillage temple, «o common In youth IndjR, and represente...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 28 January 1927

Established r \ : I *#/ •1 U 1 | r;A n !i M- —AND IT WASN'T iff '- jf if'' :i;> J * A man wruck a.match to se« if the gits it wasn't patted a strange dog x>n the ,hc was affectionate—it wasri't. No end to such instances. He placed his money in a com- pany to find out if it was sound—it wasn't. Why take chances? Our bank is safe and reliable. That is the place for your account. It is a Bank where you can get your money whenetf&'fttii want it.' It doesft't pay to experiment.', ;i J*4ffi . I 111 IT ill " r—1 'i" 1 mM " "I § The '!3irst National ftanfP H. D. FIELD, President S. M. KINO, Vice Preaident JOE BOWERS, Cashier GEO. A. WRIGHT, Ass't Cashier I vt .lt : M': and Telephone Poles and Wires f t Snapped ill two by Heavy Coats of Ice. Th* Ole Grouch -TH" GALOOT WWO DRIVES UP A UP W0WKS MIS HORU BEFORE A MOUSE, BRIUCflU' EVERV&OOV , IM *TH' BIjOCK -TO "THEIR. POORS, SHOUtP Be CoMPStLEP BV LAV/ AMP A GOOD SOCK. IU *nV JAW an OUT AMO RlUGr TW POORS ELU- L IUSTEAP VERDICT 18...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 28 January 1927

" I .VM,' slwSiTXm :"-•• <Wt ■■ ■■■ ■' , ■ swiS • ■' r®b •; '* ;'r ' rr-iv^J ja^i •f*>'r "IP^. * ' JkJL . " ^5&P ^-y*t*:j<up t•.'fit*,* J: '■ J.J vvP * .X Ubc Saint Jo Meefelie cribuuc I at the Postoffico at Saint Jo,Texas. a«'Second Ulasv Mutter "*■*. Published Emy Friday first buildinK east of Citizen* National Bun k . L« J. BEYNOLD8, Editor and Proprietor '■"■ ■ " -v""r r " '■'''*'WW''- li ! I Subscript ion Runs: 0*e Tear $1.50, six month* 75c. four moths 50c, one month 15c. in advance Advertising rates sent to any address on application. Saint Jo, Montague County, Texas, Friday Ja^ 28, 1927 No, we don't "love darkness rather than light," but sometimes when the weather g'ves such an icy deal and covers the electric wires with a coating of ice heavy enough to break them down, then we have to endure the dark- ness for a season, whether we love it or not. The trial of Rev. Frank Norris of Fort Worth for the murder of Dexter E Chipps last July, which has been in progress...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 28 January 1927

* M m . promise. Ood' proposes to give us a "new heart," and a "new spirit," ant' A SHORT SERMON. JANUARY CLEARANCE „ Big Reduction Entire Stock 1 Our prices are put on a Cash Basis, low margin of profit and quick turnover. Big Values in Rugs, Mattresses, Stoves §U and Furniture. A PLACE WHERE TRADING IS A PLEASURE & m M U g Your Old Friends, SCOTT BROS. 1 Better Service Since 1890 mmmmmmm.® immm, 1 FOR SALE, Two desirable residence corner lots. TRENCH MOUTH—SORE GUMS Your friends dare not say so, but your sore gums and foul breath don't make folks like you any better. Leto's See Y. Q. GRESHAM. Pyorrhea Remedy heals worst cases | o if used ae directed. It is not a mouth wash or a paste, and is sold on a money back guarantee. (4) Pedigo's Drug Store. Radio Batteries at Pedigo's. Bargains in used cars. C. E. CUNNINGHAM. Ever Ready and B Brand Batteries Telephone Co. office. By Rev. S. L. Ball, Subject—"LOVE." Sermon No. 2. Text: "Love worketh no ill to his neighbor." Rom. 10:10. I...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 28 January 1927

— I HB v-r ■r$jaPLj iSS* *r: ■ •■}" .j*' !■- / " r" HA «ttT:TrtAsr YEARS AgWiut-Famimi. At* tijcw.H « v.-i s, "a." • •.« y.■ v; N u*iilDEt<>p.-^N?F|jkins;nf yciifr'Sr lyjlf ' *«'*« before*t;'nI rjjii States will'. SUlW a BlWr'tnge.iif kuIt k,uJj tts that "'upptfdi .MceiiUy, l. Cuepotiijd Jens dor. 1l ji^njotcu. th,a iw^H)iooo,ooo<- WJktrfons.^.Mit wjiifh wnjid lnsl < A ,PPMOQ (lie ■tirw^nt rate m>f rotwtimpjloo, Br< Th* ai sltjgle n •V*W)l<aftid¥(rl.vteii ihi" n5l# * •on* "d about 21)0 uillVx"nVuIc- in f.ntf ",,n* '* KfiWsas, Oklahoma, nof th-' western 'Jejas ar>d .New Mexico. Tills l" i>.v far tiie largest known deposit in Mtiu& iR$TlAt. *nf/> *>« ., Iwen touched except in .K «s#s, where an M*?Wflse.l(Mlustry has been developed. 'llw>. shortage- nt Cuenoa recalls the *' tojM>Dt«u<v of stfilt In ancient times. The Germans believed ihe presence of mmoisatt Iti'the' soil gdvb it a peculiarly wicred character, a'hd for salty streams n«uW wa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 4 February 1927

5**?<V < ran •' "'••!•;;• uMl ■" t # •w -ft—pr— ■.' Ij 2 ££3M9 Mjn rrr n*1 «* *«t S-Jxr:* ." •?■ rdf =4wsiitlin pv^rfrjjcy montague r'-a vf-Msrr^ "■? risifb'ti. J V3- i*3 odt %a!rx4 *? -*?.-:! *: '■ ~"; 'T ."g r? T-^cv pt ;>'? iiWiilii i, n . ■..^.■■^■n t . ■m.TJ. air.rni/yjx*.. t, ,Jf —. jNTvStHXAS T?JRIP^hf :FEBRUARY 4. 1927. * ol. 29. No. 12 • ■•;/jrffn//_: T " r V*nmr--w r": -----—^r=riz" - ^ ""* ~ " '"' '"**■ ** ' Fixtures Don't Count ^baj>kinithaxi mird'fcf ffce %xlres old out! ks are/Soikided an trie* eokfidince of theii Th«e's mo: A] •play. tfa anh ward d! patrons Without confidence no bank can long exist. It isn't the marble and flw> mahogany that make your money safe; it is the CHARACTER of the men who handle the money. They must be not only HONEST but COMPETENT. Poor judgment has w^p«k|djn|Rnir koaest nsspLe.*? Deal fwtyh % thoroughly *ftli ' Bank liw Jour4,n\j|crc fhirl i4 ijfctl iefvicj and safc| H. D. FIELD., President JOE BOWERS, Cashier GEO. S. M. KING...

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